Branduinn Fullove had 20 points and 10 rebounds, and Simi Valley High defeated Champagnat Catholic (Fla.), 71-48, in the championship game of the Las Vegas Gold Cup division on Wednesday in Henderson Valley, Nev.
Fullove was selected most valuable player of the Gold Cup bracket.
Brett Michel scored 19 points and made all 10 of his free throws for Simi Valley (9-0), which is ranked No. 1 in the region by The Times.
Michel was picked to the all-tournament team along with his brother, Shaun Michel, who scored nine points.
Dustin Villepigue had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Pioneers, who outscored cold-shooting Champagnat, 33-18, in the second half.
Champagnat (10-1) made seven of 29 shots (24%) in the second half, and only three of 17 attempted three-pointers (17%) in the game.
Simi Valley made 24 of 40 shots (60%), including made six of 10 three-point attempts in the first half.
In other games of the Las Vegas tournament:
Harvard-Westlake 62, Bakersfield 59--Russell Lakey scored 21 points and game most valuable player Eric Geffner had 13 points for Harvard-Westlake (7-2), which won the third-place game in the Silver Cup division.